Wu Rongtian

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Wu Rongtian, known as Jing Guan Zhai, Master of Bai Le Tang, and Jingshui Jushi. He was born in Guangdong, China.
He is currently a member of the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA member).
Member of the Chinese Calligraphers Association (President Liao Jingwen).
Deputy Secretary-General of the Beijing Mustard Seed Garden Painting Institute.
Member of the Chinese Academy of Painting and Calligraphy (former director).
Executive Vice President of the Chinese National Academy of Calligraphy and Circumstance of Canada.
Vice President of the Canadian Association for the Promotion of Chinese New Age Culture and Trade.
Graduate instructor, North American Academy of Painting and Calligraphy.
Permanent member of the Vancouver Chinese Artists Association.
Member of Wu Men Painting Association;
Director of the Canadian Branch of the Peony Art Creation Institute of Luoyang University, China.
Researcher of the Chinese Huaxia Research Center for Three-dimensional Peony Art.
He specializes in painting grapes, peonies, peonies, peonies, and other birds and flowers, as well as painting birds and flowers, animals, and landscapes of the South China Sea.
He has studied under the famous painter Zhang Jun in Guangzhou since childhood, and then Sun Yude, the director of the Peony Art Research Institute of Luoyang University, Nie Qiuju, the painter of heavy-color grapes in Changchun, and Li Zuoxia, the painter of brushwork, specializing in three-dimensional peony, heavy-color grapes, brushwork figures, animals and other techniques. His works have been selected and exhibited in art institutions such as the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles, the Ministry of Culture, the China Painting and Calligraphy Research Institute, the Chinese Calligraphers and Painters Association (President Liao Jingwen), the Chinese Calligraphers and Painters Association, the Guangdong Artists Association of China and other art institutions and awards; in 2003, his eight-foot work “Purple Qi Dong Lai” was exhibited at the Guangdong Artists Association Annual Exhibition (Guangdong Association of Fine Arts) and won the Award of Excellence! The painter’s works are collected by many art galleries and collectors.
After moving to Vancouver, he has held many solo and group exhibitions, and his works are often donated to hospitals and many overseas communities and charities for charity sales. He has published several sets of books such as “Wu Rongtian Painting Collection” and “Wu Rongtian Peony Day Collection”.

Representative Works